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25 March 2016 By James M. Johnson 0 comments

SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO: Fatal Crash on Ortega Highway

ambulanceSAN JUAN CAPISTRANO, California (March 25, 2016) — A deadly crash involving a white big rig occurred early Friday morning on the Ortega Highway 74, according to the California Highway Patrol.

The collision took place about 2:30 a.m. between Shadetree Lane and Siega Road.

An article by The Orange County Register said a Honda Civic collided with a truck. The Honda driver, 21-year-old Ladera Ranch Dorrian Wyatt, was trapped in the car which was pinned underneath the big rig.

Wyatt  was pronounced dead at the scene. The operator of semi-truck was transported to Mission Hospital for back pain.

Police are investigating what led to the collision and will determine liability.

If you have been injured or have lost a loved one in a traffic accident with a negligent driver, it’s important that you get legal help to ensure the best possible settlement. If a person who died or who has been hurt supports a family, the loss of income further compounds the personal loss. Our experienced personal injury lawyers at Johnson Attorneys Group provide a free consultation and you pay nothing unless we obtain a settlement for you. Call 800-235-6801 to speak to a lawyer now.

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